Human Rights in Japan

Human Rights In Japan

Japan is a constitutional monarchy. According to Ministry of Justice (MOJ) figures, the Japanese Legal Affairs Bureau offices and civil liberties volunteers dealt with 359,971 human rights related complaints and 18,786 reports of suspected human rights violations during 2003. Many of these cases were ultimately resolved in the courts.

Read more about Human Rights In Japan:  Major Issues, Political Rights, Discrimination, Rights of Children, Trafficking of Persons, Rights of Persons With Disabilities, Minorities

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